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struggling. >> the president telling voters in texas that that is not the case. >> let's give tax breaks to companies that are investing right here in texas, right here in the united states of america. let's put americans back to work. >> the it country grew at a rate of 2.5%. it is on like the fed will take any action at the end of this month. if the economy continues to weaken, steps may be taken at the meeting in september. jennifer johnson, wbal-tv 11 news. >> truly astounding video outside of arlington virginia. corrected and the pedestrian accident caught on camera. police are searching for witnesses. >> can you tell me what happened with this management facility? >> we dig deeper into the operation of a puppy mill. the here you go little man. [ humming ] [ babbling ] the cheerios bandit got you again? [ both laugh ] ♪ the one and only, cheerios ...and now... you! [ giggles ] ♪ the one and only, cheerios we gotta sell the car. where would we even start? get the car. hi howard. get in. hi, good to see you. start with an actual written offer when selling your car, no strings atta
crash along the texas border leaving 13 dead. >> why authorities think some of people were crammed into one pickup truck. >> if you see police activity, what are you allowed to do? the aclu wants to make sure police officers know your rights. i'm barry simms with the details at 6:00. at 6:00. [ female announcer ] letting her home be turned into a training facility? ♪ this olympian's mom has been doing it for years. she's got bounty. in this lab demo, one sheet of new bounty leaves this surface cleaner than two sheets of the leading ordinary brand. bounty has trap and lock technology to soak up big spills and lock them in. let the spills begin. p&g. proud sponsor of the olympic games. >> authorities in texas investigating a deadly late night crash leaving as many as 13 dead. they say the accident only involve the one vehicle. it's still unclear whether anyone inside the pickup truck was an undocumented immigrant, but it's a strong possibility. 23 people were packed in the board to under 50 pick up which crashed into a tree. among those killed, two young children which happened 150
and move out of alignment. no one was injured. now to some late breaking details at of austin, texas. a federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by lance armstrong. filed to save his record. he does have the option to re- file within 20 days. >> seven people were injured after a and line of strong storms moved in. all those injuries are considered not life-threatening. no word if the damage was caused by it tornadoes. a microburst is being blamed for damage in a community. residents are still rebuilding the town. houses were destroyed and cars also. homeowner said people from all over our stopping by to help clean up. the national oceanic and atmospheric administration is describing the cause as a microburst. >> it was one of the most violent days in the country for months. 28 afghan civilians and police were also killed. these latest attacks come the same day diplomats from around the world gathered in tokyo to discuss the future of afghanistan including what kind of international assistance to the will receive going forward. >> it has been likened to the world wide security scar
in the southeast, also down into texas -- they definitely need it. we are in a slight drop, but severe drought as you head down towards the south. this weather pattern will continue not only for us but for the south. showers become a lot more possible especially as we had laid into the night. tomorrow, and shower or thunderstorm possible at any time, but you will still have tons of dry weather, clouds, and sunshine. ocean city, variable winds tomorrow. they will have highs in the mid- 80's both saturday and sunday. 30% chance for thunderstorms. we see the low 90's sunday and beyond with an isolated chance of thunderstorms each and every day. >> we begin tonight's consumer alert with late breaking details regarding visa, mastercard, and millions of merchants and credit-card thieves. along with major banks, the two companies will now pay more than $7 billion to millions of merchants represented in a settlement that involves payments called interchange fees that people paid in credit card transactions dating all the way back to 2005. now come to the outrage over last month's like the power outage
of the texas woman filed a complaint after the way the agency handled her feeding tube. she has a four-inch tube sticking out of her stomach and often has to travel to the mayo clinic. agents structure and checked the tube for explosives. she has a medical bracelet with digital copies of a doctor's note explaining her condition. >> rafael that all is pulling out of the olympics in his not in condition to repeat -- compete. he was said to be the flag bearer for spain. has not played since losing in the second round of wimbledon. way are your politics station. three recalls. >> a website is helping consumers decide which credit card company to is. >> president obama and mitt romney far apart on the map and on the issues. >> the students from morgan state university, this is 100% of their summer grade. what they're making next. >> we look at rain and cool down. here's a look at side from skyteam 11. temperatures are in the upper 80's @ lo 90's. >> when it comes to funding decisions, one of the most powerful people in the city government cannot legally or ethically vote. jack young is figh
san antonio, texas to denver. so many struggling to understand how and why. >> that tragedy is a reminder of a 2006 incident locally where a man was shot and killed. barry simms continues our live team coverage tonight. >> the same type of questions that were asked back then are being asked again now. as police in aurora, colorado investigate the mass killings, they are also looking for clues. >> it is sad. i don't understand why that sentiment shot all those people. it's senseless. it is a senseless killing to me. >> christina and her son alex are going to see the new batman movie. safety did become a concern. >> i was concerned about it, but i'm like, you know -- that could happen anywhere. i just hope that it bang >> -- i just hope that it don't happen. >> rob is a security and crisis management expert. >> we have to look at the ramifications. >> some of the questions were from 2006. a gunman opened fire in 01 smell's. of 15-year-old was shot and killed. they said at the time, the gunman planned the attack for months. once it was over, and he placed the gun on the counter
georgia, texas, even canada. >> we are going to make a dent in this. >> frustrated, highly frustrated. >> his refrigerator and his neighbors are full of spoiling food. with gas stations on able to pump, and thousands of people crowding malls and billing shelters and libraries and schools, power may not be back on for many until friday. >> we put a lot of money into hardness system, but this is an extreme event. >> the firstborn slashed through friday night with 90 mile an hour winds. -- the first storm slashed through friday night. more storms hit yesterday, heavy rain in chicago, wind in north carolina toppled more trees. one killed a couple on a golf cart. another killed a man seeking refuge in a barn. the death toll of the storms past 22. tomorrow will be even hotter from coast to coast and in the mid-atlantic, war potentially punishing storms are forecast. in this neighborhood in far northwest d.c., when the big tree hit that house and took down all the wires, despite all the work being done that and there, it is going to be dark in this neighborhood tonight and in these homes, it
here doesn't run gas. it is 100% power by the sun. he and his classmates will be at texas motor speedway testing out their creation in the solar car competition with students across the country. >> that's what i want to do -- i want to be in renewable energy and have my own company later in life. just the fact i can do this in high school is awesome. a lot of college people don't even have this opportunity. >> they are learning things your they can't learn in the classroom. a green light to success as they move forward in life. >> the world is going places and we can do this. 30 years ago, people would have laughed at you. you can't run a car on solar. you can and this shows the way the world is progressing. we are moving on. >> that is very cool. it appears facebook is not an pressing its users like it used to according to a new study that reveals the social networks has hit a record low. according to the satisfaction index, facebook is ranked 61 out of 100 when it comes to customer satisfaction and is in the bottom five of the more than 230 companies measured in the index. wha
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